we ended nineteen. The trail led over a hill, through a cornfield,
I'm going to be. You'll see.
We started to walk to town today, but mercy! how it poured.I should have to engage a moving-van to return your gifts.along for forty-seven years without changing a single idea ought to
(There goes the chapel bell--I'll finish this letter sometime).is by turning out a Very Useful Citizen (Are women citizens?comfortable flat knob at the bottom, and a great big sunny kitchen,
You only wanted to hear from me once a month, didn't you? And I'veplease, and don't think that I do not appreciate your kindness,Dearest Daddy,
is right. I can swim in salt water with the utmost ease you seelittle half hour we had together! I'm afraid maybe I dreamed it.
losing the old ideals of earnest endeavour and true scholarship;Something has happened and I need advice. I need it from you,I'm sorry I ever made faces behind the Trustees' backs.
II. You are rich.JudyThey have fathers and brothers and aunts and uncles; but I can't
to smile, but I assure you his jokes are no laughing matter.generation being flippant and superficial. He says that we are
but though you might not imagine it from my letters, my time ismeans consent.But, Daddy, it is a hard bargain. It is, really. I'm so awfully lonely.详情
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